Brockmeier Law Group first opened our doors in 2009, in the height of the Great Recession, when other firms were laying off workers and trying to find a way to continue the legal practices they had before the market changed. We began and continue to serve our clients with the same recipe of personalized contact and an eye towards both the recovery for each of our clients, and keeping an eye on each clients individualized goals in their cases. We handle a variety of cases and clients both in litigation and contract drafting in negotiation – so we know what it takes to get desired results for all of our clients.

Commercial

Commercial tenants face a higher burden then residential because of the nature of the property being rented – it is not where you live, so the Court’s and the California Legislature has allowed this area to be determined largely by way of the terms of the lease agreement. Therefore, it is important to go over the lease agreement with an attorney prior to signing, and see the unit being rented with specialists prior to agreeing to the lease. Often, for landlords the issue is trying to please all the tenants of a building as required and balancing those needs without getting sued. On the other hand, commercial tenants often discovery that the property was not as it was billed before they signed, and that their landlord refuses to repair the property to allow them to actually perform work there. This is when litigation attorneys at Brockmeier Law Group are needed to ensure that each client’s rights are enforced under the law, and through planning do the best job to ensure that these issues don’t come up when our clients are trying to make money, not lawsuits.

Potential Violations

  • Breach of Contract
  • Breach of Implied Warranty of Habitability
  • Breach of Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment
  • Violation of Statutory Requirements of Security Deposits
  • Failure to Perform
  • Failure to Pay
  • Retaliatory Eviction
  • Fraud
  • Violation of Penal Code section 296(c)
  • negligence
  • Intentional and Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress
  • Injunctive Relief
  • Unlawful Detainer